Lover Come Back (1946 film)
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|Lover Come Back|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||William A. Seiter|
(as William Seiter)
|Produced by||Howard Benedict|
|Written by||Michael Fessier|
|Music by||Hans J. Salter|
|Edited by||Ray Snyder|
Fessier Pagano Productions
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Lover Come Back is a 1946 romantic comedy film directed by William A. Seiter. The film stars George Brent, Lucille Ball and Vera Zorina in her last film role. Supporting actors include Raymond Walburn and Charles Winninger.
To avoid confusion with Lover Come Back (1961), this film was retitled When Lovers Meet for television.
Kay Williams (played by Ball) is anxious to provide feminine companionship to her war correspondent husband (Brent) upon his return from service, but is jealous when she notices her husband with a beautiful combat photographer (Zorina). The couple divorces but eventually makes amends; hence, "lovers come back".
- George Brent as William 'Bill' Williams Jr.
- Lucille Ball as Kay Williams
- Vera Zorina as Madeline Laslo
- Charles Winninger as William 'Pa' Williams, Sr.
- Carl Esmond as Paul Millard
- Raymond Walburn as J.P. 'Joe' Winthrop
- Wallace Ford as Tubbs
- Elisabeth Risdon as 'Ma' Williams
- William Wright as Jimmy Hennessey
- Louise Beavers as Martha, Kay's Maid
- Franklin Pangborn as Hotel Clerk
- George Chandler as Walter
- Joan Shawlee as Janie (as Joan Fulton)
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